Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

Oregon Coast Chamber Orchestra

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John Monks, Conductor

Fall Program

Four Ways Suite - Eric Coats
Moorside Suite - Gustav Holtz
Merrie England - Edward German
Finian's Rainbow - Burton Lane
There'll Be Other Times - Marion McPartland
Little Things - our own late, great Charlie Perkins
How Insensitive - Antonial Carlos Jobim
The Sight of You - Durvall Ferriara
The Lone Ar-Ranger - Phillip Butall, Arr.

All tickets are $10 for adults, (children and students free). Tickets are not specific to any one concert, but good at any of the three performances. All tickets are available at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Charlie Cunningham (cello), Luell Scott (viola), Rena Segebartt (viola), Annie Shaw (viola)

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Nov
17
2:00 PM14:00

Oregon Coast Chamber Orchestra

John Monks, Conductor

Fall Program

Four Ways Suite - Eric Coats
Moorside Suite - Gustav Holtz
Merrie England - Edward German
Finian's Rainbow - Burton Lane
There'll Be Other Times - Marion McPartland
Little Things - our own late, great Charlie Perkins
How Insensitive - Antonial Carlos Jobim
The Sight of You - Durvall Ferriara
The Lone Ar-Ranger - Phillip Butall, Arr.

All tickets are $10 for adults, (children and students free). Tickets are not specific to any one concert, but good at any of the three performances. All tickets are available at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Charlie Cunningham (cello), Luell Scott (viola), Rena Segebartt (viola), Annie Shaw (viola)

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Nov
21
7:30 PM19:30

Riverside Chamber Symphony

Conductor, Philip Bayles
Associate Conductor, Samuel Lord Kalcheim

Fall Concert Program:

Beethoven: Symphony III, “Eroica”
Mozart: Overture to Don Giovanni
Dubois: Suite Miniature
Bayles: Sojourner

Founded 20 years ago, the Riverside Chamber Symphony is a 30-piece ensemble of advanced, non-professional musicians devoted to creating a high-quality classical music experience for players and audience alike.. Currently a resident ensemble of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater, the orchestra performs music of the masters and premieres new works by regional composers.

General seating, suggested $10 donation at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Basil Clough (clarinet), Charlie Cunningham (cello), Barry Jarvis (oboe), Tawney Knecht (cello), Shirley Schaaf (violin), , Rena Segebartt (viola), Rob Voss (violin),

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Nov
24
2:00 PM14:00

Oregon Coast Chamber Orchestra

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John Monks, Conductor

Fall Program

Four Ways Suite - Eric Coats
Moorside Suite - Gustav Holtz
Merrie England - Edward German
Finian's Rainbow - Burton Lane
There'll Be Other Times - Marion McPartland
Little Things - our own late, great Charlie Perkins
How Insensitive - Antonial Carlos Jobim
The Sight of You - Durvall Ferriara
The Lone Ar-Ranger - Phillip Butall, Arr.

All tickets are $10 for adults, (children and students free). Tickets are not specific to any one concert, but good at any of the three performances. All tickets are available at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Charlie Cunningham (cello), Luell Scott (viola), Rena Segebartt (viola), Annie Shaw (viola)

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Dec
19
7:30 PM19:30

Riverside Chamber Symphony

Conductor, Philip Bayles
Associate Conductor, Samuel Lord Kalcheim

Holiday Concert Program:

Corelli Christmas Concerto
Works for four bassoons
Sing-Along Carols

Founded 20 years ago, the Riverside Chamber Symphony is a 30-piece ensemble of advanced, non-professional musicians devoted to creating a high-quality classical music experience for players and audience alike.. Currently a resident ensemble of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater, the orchestra performs music of the masters and premieres new works by regional composers.

General seating, suggested $10 donation at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Basil Clough (clarinet), Charlie Cunningham (cello), Barry Jarvis (oboe), Tawney Knecht (cello), Shirley Schaaf (violin), , Rena Segebartt (viola), Rob Voss (violin),

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Feb
27
7:30 PM19:30

Riverside Chamber Symphony

Conductor, Philip Bayles
Associate Conductor, Samuel Lord Kalcheim

Winter Concert Program:

Schubert: Unfinished Symphony
Saint Saens: Tarantelle
More, to be announced

Founded 20 years ago, the Riverside Chamber Symphony is a 30-piece ensemble of advanced, non-professional musicians devoted to creating a high-quality classical music experience for players and audience alike.. Currently a resident ensemble of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater, the orchestra performs music of the masters and premieres new works by regional composers.

General seating, suggested $10 donation at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Basil Clough (clarinet), Charlie Cunningham (cello), Barry Jarvis (oboe), Shirley Schaaf (violin), , Rena Segebartt (viola), Rob Voss (violin),

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May
21
7:30 PM19:30

Riverside Chamber Symphony

Conductor, Philip Bayles
Associate Conductor, Samuel Lord Kalcheim

Spring Concert Program:

Mendelssohn: Symphony 4, “Italian”
More, to be announced

Founded 20 years ago, the Riverside Chamber Symphony is a 30-piece ensemble of advanced, non-professional musicians devoted to creating a high-quality classical music experience for players and audience alike. Currently a resident ensemble of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater, the orchestra performs music of the masters and premieres new works by regional composers.

General seating, suggested $10 donation at the door.

Participating ESCO members: Basil Clough (clarinet), Charlie Cunningham (cello), Barry Jarvis (oboe), Shirley Schaaf (violin), , Rena Segebartt (viola), Rob Voss (violin),

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Jun
9
3:00 PM15:00

Music in the Garden -- Hoover Trio

The Hoover Trio features Nellie Elliker (violin), Patricia Moore (bassoon), and Chris Wesley (flute)

Participating ESCO player: Patricia Moore (bassoon)

“Music in the Garden” is the Eugene Symphony Guild’s 22nd Annual Self-Guided Garden Tour. Five gardens are open from 10am to 4pm on June 9, featuring local musicians. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event. For more information call 541-914-7441 or download the poster.

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Jun
9
2:00 PM14:00

Music in the Garden -- The 5th Element

The 5th Element features Jean Blankenship (clarinet), Richard Essenberg (bassoon), Barry Jarvis (oboe), Jeff Simas (French horn), and Mimi St. Clair (flute)

Participating ESCO player: Barry Jarvis (oboe)

“Music in the Garden” is the Eugene Symphony Guild’s 22nd Annual Self-Guided Garden Tour. Five gardens are open from 10am to 4pm on June 9, featuring local musicians. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event. For more information call 541-914-7441 or download the poster.

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Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

Music in the Garden -- Telemania

Telemania features Charles Carmichael (recorder), Charlie Cunningham (cello), Jan Lichenstein (oboe), and Violetta Tarpinian (recorder).

Participating ESCO player: Charlie Cunningham (cello)

“Music in the Garden” is the Eugene Symphony Guild’s 22nd Annual Self-Guided Garden Tour. Five gardens are open from 10am to 4pm on June 9, featuring local musicians. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event. For more information call 541-914-7441 or download the poster.

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Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

Music in the Garden -- Elysium Players

The Elysium Players are Jan Lichenstein (oboe), B.J. Novitski (cello), Beth Roy (viola), and Alex Zunterstein (violin).

Participating ESCO player: B.J. Novitski (cello) and Alex Zunterstein (violin)

“Music in the Garden” is the Eugene Symphony Guild’s 22nd Annual Self-Guided Garden Tour. Five gardens are open from 10am to 4pm on June 9, featuring local musicians. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event. For more information call 541-914-7441 or download the poster.

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Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

Music in the Garden -- Minore

Minore is a duet featuring Alessa Bakkum on violin and Charlie Cunningham on cello.

Participating ESCO player: Charlie Cunningham (cello)

“Music in the Garden” is the Eugene Symphony Guild’s 22nd Annual Self-Guided Garden Tour. Five gardens are open from 10am to 4pm on June 9, featuring local musicians. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event. For more information call 541-914-7441 or download the poster.

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Jun
2
3:00 PM15:00

Platypus Clarinet Orchestra

Mike Curtis, Conductor

Program: "Women of the Commonwealth"

Woodstock by Joni Mitchell - Canada
Andante for  Clarinet and Orchestra by Alice Mary Smith - England
Ruach by Zoe Felton - England
Hambani Kakuhle Kwela by Becky Stelzner - South Africa
Once There Were Birds by Fran Griffin - Australia
Irish Stew by Roma Cafolia - Ireland

The brainchild of Eugene Symphony musicians Mike Curtis and Carol Robe, the Platypus Clarinet Orchestra includes all shapes and sizes of clarinets, from the baby E flat to the contrabass clarinet, played by community amateur musicians and professional musicians.

Participating ESCO clarinetists: Chris Heritage, Eleanor Montagna, and Roy Whang.

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May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Platypus Clarinet Orchestra

Mike Curtis, Conductor

Program: "Women of the Commonwealth"

Woodstock by Joni Mitchell - Canada
Andante for  Clarinet and Orchestra by Alice Mary Smith - England
Ruach by Zoe Felton - England
Hambani Kakuhle Kwela by Becky Stelzner - South Africa
Once There Were Birds by Fran Griffin - Australia
Irish Stew by Roma Cafolia - Ireland

This concert is free.

The brainchild of Eugene Symphony musicians Mike Curtis and Carol Robe, the Platypus Clarinet Orchestra includes all shapes and sizes of clarinets, from the baby E flat to the contrabass clarinet, played by community amateur musicians and professional musicians.

Participating ESCO clarinetists: Rebecca Hazen, Linda Garcia, Chris Heritage, Eleanor Montagna, and Roy Whang.

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Apr
13
5:00 PM17:00

Platypus Clarinet Orchestra

Mike Curtis, Conductor

Program:

Ruach by Zoe Felton (loosely based on main biblical events)
Beginnings
Falling
Liberty
Firefall

Once There Were Birds by Fran Griffin
Restless wings
Where birds no longer fly
Wind and sky remember

This concert is part of the Oregon Clarinet Symposium

The brainchild of Eugene Symphony musicians Mike Curtis and Carol Robe, the Platypus Clarinet Orchestra includes all shapes and sizes of clarinets, from the baby E flat to the contrabass clarinet, played by community amateur musicians and professional musicians.

Participating ESCO clarinetists: Rebecca Hazen, Linda Garcia, Chris Heritage, Eleanor Montagna, and Roy Whang.

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Jun
10
10:00 AM10:00

Music in the Garden

Music in the Garden, the Eugene Symphony Guild’s flagship fundraiser, is a self-guided tour of private gardens in the Eugene area. Gardens this year are at 3000 Calla St., 1088 Tyson, 333 Blackfoot, 720 River Road, and 1272 River Road.

Tickets to Music in the Garden can be purchased in advance at various local nurseries at a discount ($15) or on the day of the tour at any of the six gardens ($18).

Participating ESCO players: Alessa Bakkum (violin), Charlie Cunningham (cello), Donna Sue Gentry (cello), Debbie Heaton (violin), Barry Jarvis (Oboe), Pat Moore (bassoon), B.J. Novitski (cello), Michael Ponichtera (viola), Jeff Simas (French horn), Bill Specht (violin), and Alex Zunterstein (violin).

These ESCO players perform in various groups throughout the day, at one of the locations. Look for particulars in the event program, available at the door on June 10.

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May
27
2:30 PM14:30

Play It Again

Eugene Symphony’s Play It Again! Adult Chamber Ensemble program brings together amateur musicians to form chamber ensembles with musicians at their skill level. Each ensemble receives coaching with a professional Eugene Symphony musician. The program culminates with a public performance at the First Christian Church.

Participating ESCO players: Karen Fiedler (flute), Debbie Heaton (violin), Amos Heifner (French horn), Barry Jarvis (oboe), Soyoung Kim (cello),  Diane Livermore (cello), Eleanor Montagna (clarinet), B.J. Novitski (cello), Michael Ponichtera (viola), Rena Segebartt (viola), Judy Spearin (violin), Bill Specht (violin)

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Apr
8
5:00 PM17:00

Northwest Christian University's Spring Show

NCU Music Department

"The Prodigal"

Music from La La Land, The Wiz, Gwen Stefani and more. Students and faculty have collaboratively written and designed this theatrical production of the biblical story of the prodigal son for the entire family to enjoy.

Tickets ($5 students, $10) are available online (+$2 fee) or through the music department: music@nwcu.edu
541-349-7400

ESCO players: Amey Herman (violin) and Doug Heydon (bass)

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